General Motors and Black Automotive Media Group Internship Returns for Year Two with Clark Atlanta University The Driving Force Internship program provides HBCU students with multimedia career development with the goal of increasing automobile industry diversity, equity and inclusionBackAtlanta, GA – A unique internship was created in 2020 and is now returning for fall 2022 between the Department of Mass Media Arts at Clark Atlanta University, automobile manufacturer General Motors (GM), and the Black Automotive Media Group (BAMG). TDF evolved following discussions between automakers and the Black Automotive Media Group (BAMG) related to increased diversity, equity and inclusion for Black media in the automotive sphere. These efforts have created additional opportunities to help prepare the next generation of automotive media professionals. About Clark Atlanta UniversityEstablished in 1988 by the historic consolidation of Atlanta University (1865) and Clark College (1869), Clark Atlanta University continues a 152-year legacy rooted in African-American tradition and focused on the future. About the Black Automotive Media GroupThe BAMG is a distinguished group of Black reporters, publishers, writers, and entrepreneurs representing over 100 years of combined experience in automotive journalism within radio, television, print, experiential marketing, and social media.